How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of 'GH,' 'The View' and 'The Chew'; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

How WATCH ABC Changes Will Affect Viewing of ‘GH,’ ‘The View’ and ‘The Chew’; Shows Also on Hulu Plus

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Ray Christian/JPI Studios

Nearly one week after reportedly walking off the set of CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” over a dispute with show producers over the direction of his character, actor Chris Engen finally speaks out and issues an official statement on the matter via his MySpace page.


OLTL Casting: Odds and Ends

Tuesday, May 26, 2009 3:37 AM ET | By Scotty Gore

( – Upcoming casting tidbits for “One Life to Live.”  

John Rue and January LaVoy resurface as Moe and Noelle Stubbs on Tuesday, June 9, when Dorian Lord makes a confession to the couple.     

Teenage drug dealer Asher (Evan Joiner) returns on Friday, June 12, when the pill pusher approaches one of his best customers.  Also on that date, veteran “OLTL” castmember Patricia Elliott pops up again, when Renee Buchanan has an idea concerning two of Llanview’s favorite couples.  And Ada Maris and David Pinon first air as Aurelia and Ernesto Rivera as son Markko marks an important milestone in his life.

A. Martinez ends his run as Ray Montez on Wednesday, June 10.  And expect Kathy Brier and Chris Stack (Marcie and Michael McBain) to air at least through Wednesday, June 17.  Look for a few unexpected surprises for the couple before they exit Llanview together.

Look for several upcoming dayplayer roles in upcoming episodes.

In other news…

“One Life to Live” has released two new casting calls.  The first is for the role of ‘Serge.’  Remember that the soap routinely changes character names in audition scripts to attempt to throw off viewers.  The scene opens with ‘Serge’ frisking ‘Caleb’ and ‘Adam.’  Visibly upset, Caleb demands to know what is the meaning of this since he already gave him all his money.  Adam responds that he is looking for a wire, causing Serge to blurt out to Caleb that he should answer his own questions.  Serge goes on to tell Caleb that his buddy informed him that ‘Jake Kelly’ turned his back on him.  Jake is a cop/bartender and refused to train Adam to be his assistant because he is a drug addict.  Caleb confides in Serge that he and Jake are no longer as good of friends as they used to be.  He also says that Jake is dating his mom, and manages to act all buddy-buddy and fatherly with him, despite the fact that he just sat on his hands when he got arrested for drug possession.  Caleb responds to Serge’s questioning by stating that his mom hired a really good lawyer, who was able to keep him from serving much jail time.  As the scene ends, Caleb informs Serge that he now has a criminal record, is unemployed, and has some bills he needs to pay.  It appears that, by the tone of the script, Cole may be involved. 

The second is for the role of Elijah Kent.  SON will have more details on this casting call as it becomes available.

“One Life to Live” airs weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

Discussion: OLTL Casting: Odds and Ends

Monday, May 25, 2009 8:21 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

( — “Days of our Lives” brings in a new face to the Horton clan, while a couple of Brady’s finally hit the road.

Twin babies Julia and Ailish last air as Baby Grace Brady on Monday, June 8, when Sami (Alison Sweeney) must say goodbye to her newborn baby girl.

Rachel Melvin is back as Chelsea Brady returns from London on Wednesday, June 10. Look for Chelsea to lead Max Brady out of Salem on Thursday, June 11 as portrayer Darin Brooks sets his sights on Spike TV’s “Blue Mountain State” later this year. Brooks joined the cast in June 2005.

Mark Hapka is joining the cast beginning Wednesday, June 17 as Nathan, Maggie’s (Suzanne Rogers) grandson. Nathan will be interning at Salem University Hospital along-side Melanie Layton (Molly Burnett). From 2007-2008, Hapka portrayed the role of a 15 year-old Johnny on the NBC drama series. His other credits include a starring role in webisodes of the CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer” as Zach. Recently, he appeared in an episode of Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana.” As in “DAYS” tradition, look for Hapka to kick the summer season off accordingly as Nathan’s shirt comes off on day one.

Ralph Waite again appears as Father Matt on Wednesday, June 17, while former “DAYS” blogger and columnist Ross Matthews appears in scenes with Lauren Koslow’s Kate Roberts.

Casey Deidrick is joining the cast as Chad, Mia’s (Taylor Spreitler) ex-boyfriend and father of her baby, whom she gave to Nicole (Arianne Zuker) to pass off as her own. A first airdate hasn’t been set. Look for Chad to stir things up between Mia and Will Brady (Dylan Michael Patton).

Is former “Sunset Beach” and “Passions” star Nick Stabile joining “Days of our Lives?” That’s the story according to published reports. Soap Opera Network will keep you posted as news develops.

“Days of our Lives” airs Weekdays on NBC. Weeknights on SOAPnet.

Discussion: DAYS Casting: New Faces, Sad Goodbyes

  • Days of our Lives
  • Rachel Melvin
  • Alison Sweeney
  • Darin Brooks
  • Mark Hapka
  • Suzanne Rogers
  • Molly Burnett
  • Ralph Waite
  • Casey Deidrick
  • Nick Stabile
  • Ghost Whisperer
  • Hannah Montana
  • Blue Mountain State

    Thursday, May 21, 2009 9:50 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

    ( — “General Hospital” sets its sights on a summer of hospitality as General Hospital (location) takes center stage.

    On the heals of the soaps recasting of Michael Corinthos III with newcomer Drew Garrett, who began airing on Thursday, April 24, the soap has recast the role of Kristina Corinthos with daytime newcomer Lexi Ainsworth beginning Thursday, June 4. Lexi is best known for her role as Molly in 2008′s “Wild Child,” starring Emma Roberts. She has also appeared in the Nickelodean series “iCarly” and the short-lived NBC drama “Medical Investigation.” Look for Kristina to take a rather inappropriate liking to Jason Morgan (Steve Burton) as a result of adolescent retaliation against their parents.

    In related news, Arizona Diamondbacks left fielder Conor Jackson will portray Michael’s physical therapist on the Wednesday, June 3 episode of the soap. More on Conor’s appearance on the show will appear in the June 29 issue of ESPN Magazine, on newsstands June 19.

    Billy Dee Williams reprises his role of Toussaint DuBois on Thursday, June 4. Last seen on the SOAPnet original series “General Hospital: Night Shift” as the janitor at General Hospital, Toussaint will “return to Port Charles during a tour break with the Saints,” said ABC. “He’ll want to see Epiphany [Sonya Eddy] and other residents in town.”

    Constance Towers brings Helena Cassadine to Port Charles for another go-around as Helena taunts Rebecca (Natalia Livingston) on Thursday, June 4.

    ABC has not confirmed a last airdate for the departing Rick Hearst, who won two Emmy’s for his portrayal of Ric Lansing on the daytime drama series since joining the soap in 2004. Sources, however, state that Hearst will last air in mid-to-late June.

    A first airdate for Martha Byrne’s Andrea Floyd, wife of Mayor Garrett Floyd (John Bolger), hasn’t been released, but when she debuts in June she’ll be one angry woman after learning her husband has been keeping some dirty secrets.

    “General Hospital” airs Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet.

    Discussion: GH Casting: A June to Remember

    • General Hospital
    • Drew Garrett
    • Billy Dee Williams
    • Martha Byrne
    • Lexi Ainsworth
    • Conor Jackson
    • Ric Hearst
    • Emma Roberts

      Thursday, May 21, 2009 8:48 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

      ( — Just as May Sweeps ends, daytime’s number one drama series, “The Young and the Restless,” gears up for the summer heat with explosive storylines and shocking returns.

      Raul Guittierez (David Lago) is sticking around for a little while longer as “Y&R” delves further into Raul and Mac’s (Clementine Ford) time outside of Genoa City. It remains unclear how long Lago has signed on for.

      Cassius Willis is back as Det. Gil Wallace, who shares words with Kevin Fisher (Greg Rikaart) on Monday, May 25.

      Jerry Douglas  returns on Wednesday, May 27, as John Abbott takes time from his busy day in heaven to give son Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) the “talk” of a lifetime. Douglas last appeared on May 5.

      Corbin Bernsen, son of Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) is back as Father Todd Williams. He re-appears in Genoa City on Tuesday, June 2 and learns that brother Paul (Doug Davidson) has popped the question to Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott). Bernsen’s last appearance on “Y&R” aired in 2004.

      On Friday, June 5, Raya Meddine brings Sabrina Newman back to “life.” Is Sabrina’s “ghost” haunting Ashley (Eileen Davidson) or is Adam (Chris Engen) playing another vile joke on step-mommy? Sabrina was killed in a shocking twist of fate as the spouses of Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki Newman (David Chow, played by Vincent Irizarry) died in a disastrous car accident in 2008.

      Speaking of Adam, Engen has reportedly abruptly quit the soap after rumored battles with producers regarding the future of his character. His last airdate hasn’t been set, but Michael Muhney will take over the role beginning Thursday, June 25.

      “The Young and the Restless” airs Weekdays on CBS. Weeknights on SOAPnet.

      Discussion: Y&R Casting: As May Ends, June Begins

      • The Young and the Restless
      • Vincent Irizarry
      • Corbin Bernsen
      • Jerry Douglas
      • Peter Bergman
      • Eileen Davidson
      • Clementine Ford
      • Jeanne Cooper
      • David Lago
      • Chris Engen
      • Michael Muhney
      • Cassius Willis
      • Greg Rikaart
      • Doug Davidson
      • Melody Thomas Scott
      • Raya Meddine
      • Eric Braeden

        Thursday, May 21, 2009 4:41 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

        ( — In an explosive turn of events, “The Young and the Restless” has recast the role of Adam Wilson, Victor Newman’s son after a rumored falling out with star Chris Engen.

        TV Guide Canada’s Nelson Branco, in an update to his Sud’s Report, broke the news this morning that sources were reporting that Engen had “quit” the CBS drama series after learning that his character would become a potential love interest of co-star Yani Gellman’s Rafe Torress.

        “He [allegedly] refused to kiss [his same-sex] co-star Yani Gellman [Rafe]. Chris hasn’t been happy for a while. He doesn’t like the dark direction his character is taking. He’s called in sick a lot recently and has been taking a slew of meetings with Y&R’s [top brass] to discuss his future on the show. Chris is still under contract — and Y&R is seriously thinking of taking legal action.”

        When pressed for comment, Engen’s management issued a “no comment.”

        Taking over for Engen will be daytime newcomer Michael Muhney (prounounced mu-nee). The actor has had an extensive career in primetime via his work on UPN/The CW’s “Veronica Mars” as Sheriff Don Lamb and Det. Mark Farrell on USA Network’s “The Huntress.” In 1999, the actor starred in the short-lived CBS series “Turks.”

        Muhney posted on his Twitter page that “the new job is the likes of which i have never done…and i get to indulge in some interesting, perverse, warped scenarios…”

        At press time a last airdate for Engen had not been scheduled. Muhney’s first airdate is scheduled for Thursday, June 25 reports TV

        “The Young and the Restless” airs Weekdays on CBS. Weeknights on SOAPnet.

        Discussion: Breaking News: Engen Out! Muhney In!

        • The Young and the Restless
        • Chris Engen
        • Michael Muhney

          ‘One Life’ June Casting News

          Thursday, May 21, 2009 2:41 AM ET | By Scotty Gore

          alt( — The latest coming and goings for “One Life to Live.”  

          As SON first reported last week, the soap is planning to introduce the estranged parents of the late Nash Brennan (Forbes March), who died last June.  Now we can confirm the names of the actors cast in the roles. 

          Portraying Nash’s mother Cindy Brennan will be Broadway star Jan Maxwell.  Best known for her roles in theater productions such as “The Sound of Music,” “The King and I,” “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” and “Dancing with Lughnasa,” the Tony and Drama Desk Award winning actress has also made numerous television appearances, including “Law & Order” and “Gossip Girl.”  In addition, Maxwell also made several appearances on “All My Children” during the summer of 2007 as Judge Myatt. 

          In the role of Nash’s father Phil will be fellow Broadway performer John Wojda.  The actor is best known for his appearances on “Law & Order,” “Third Watch,” and as a construction worker in the 2000 remake of the movie “Shaft.” 

          Look for Maxwell and Wojda to first air as Phil and Cindy Brennan on May 28th, when Bess (pretending to be their former daughter-in-law Jessica) arrives on the Brennan’s doorstep with baby Hope.

          Parker Fong portrays Little Girl #1 on June 25th.  Other television appearances include “Sex and the City.”

          John Rochette portrays a Delivery Man on July 1st. The actor’s daytime credits include bit parts on “OLTL” as an Indie Band Drummer and Photographer, “All My Children” as a Valley Inn Waiter, “Guiding Light” as Harris.  Also around that time, look for more dayplayer roles on June 17th and 18th, along with July 3rd.

          Eric Martin Brown pops up again as Stacy’s former Vegas boss Stan on June 1st. 

          And Jean Randolph “returns” on June 3rd as Viki Davidson (Erika Slezak) feigns releasing her cold, calculating gatekeeper personality in an attempt to reason with Bess. 

          “One Life to Live” airs weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

          Discussion: ‘One Life’ June Casting News

          Hickland Finds New ‘Life to Live’

          Thursday, May 21, 2009 12:44 AM ET | By Scotty Gore

          ( — Catherine Hickland returns to Llanview as Lindsay Rappaport to spice things up between Bo and Nora.   

          Although Lindsay hasn’t been seen being led away in handcuffs after being convicted of murdering evil doctor Spencer Truman (with the exception of Rex Balsom’s dream last October as he went under the knife to remove a bullet from his chest cavity), the firey vixen is set to return to Llanview in only a few short weeks. 

          Although it remains to be seen if and how the town’s token Rappaport will be granted a release from prison, reports are that she will come between Bo and Nora’s precarious relationship.  Rumors claim that Clint arranges for Lindsay to go free with hopes that she will hook up with Bo, and push Nora away from her ex-husband and into his open arms.  However, a spokesperson for “One Life to Live” had no comment. 

          The news comes as a suprise to many “One Life” fans who had written off the character following her murder conviction last summer.  Hickland broke the news earlier this week when the actress posted messages on her official Facebook and Twitter pages that “I’ll be returning to ‘One Life to Live’ in June! Stay tuned. :)”  A first airdate has not been set, nor has the length of Hickland’s return been announced.

          Prior to joining “OLTL” in 1998, Hickland appeared as Courtney Marshall on “Texas” (1980-81), Julie Cregg and Jenny Diamond on “Capitol” (1983-87), Brooke Logan on “The Bold and the Beautiful” (1987), and Tess Wilder on “Loving” (1993-95) and “The City” (1995-1997).  In addition, she has also guest starred on a number of televsion programs including “Knight Rider,” “CHiPs,” “Law & Order,” “Eight is Enough,” “Vega$,” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.”

          Hickland, who was taken off contract with “OLTL” in 2005, also runs the highly successful make-up company Cat’s Cosmetics, and recently wrote her first book entitled The 30-Day Heartbreak Cure-A Guide for Getting Over Him and Back Out There One Month from Today.  In addition, the actress has also appeared on Brodway, and performed for audiences as a clinical hypnotist.  Hickland has been married three times, most recently to “All My Children” actor Michael E. Knight (Tad Martin); the pair are currently separated.  From 1984-89, she was married to “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff. 

          Look for Hickland to return to “OLTL” sometime in June.  SON will bring you more information as it becomes available. 

          “One Life to Live” airs weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

          Discussion: Hickland Finds New ‘Life to Live’

          Friday, May 15, 2009 6:23 PM ET | By Errol Lewis

          ( — Daniel Goddard and Christel Khalil from CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” welcome you to

          While their characters got married on today’s episode of daytime’s number one soap opera, Goddard (Cane Ashby) and Khalil (Lily Winters Ashby) took time out of their busy day to personally thank you for visiting Soap Opera Network, which has been “Bringing. Drama. Closer.” since October 2001.

          The promotional spot is in conjunction with the drama’s “Wedding of a Lifetime” Sweepstakes, which recently announced its four finalists.

          Soap Opera Network would like to thank everyone at CBS, Sony Pictures Television and “The Young and the Restless”, particularly Daniel Goddard and Christel Khalil, for working with us during this campaign and allowing us to get the message out about the importance of love and how without it, one will always be missing something in life.


          “The Young and the Resltess” airs Weekdays on CBS. Weeknights on SOAPnet. Check local listings.

          Discussion: ‘Y&R’ Welcomes You to

          • The Young and the Restless
          • Soap Opera Network
          • Daniel Goddard
          • Christel Khalil

            Thursday, May 14, 2009 11:50 AM ET | By Errol Lewis – (updated 4:51 PM ET)

            ( — On Thursday, May 14, 2009 during the fourth hour of NBC’s telecast of “The Today Show”, nominations were announced for “The 36th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards”. The list included Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actress, Outstanding Lead Actor, Outstanding Supporting Actress and Outstanding Supporting Actor.

            After the awards, the full list of nominations were released online at the official Daytime Emmy Awards website.

            A private nomination party will be held later this evening in New York City. Soap Opera Network will be there and live Tweeting. If you haven’t done so already, follow us on Twitter.

            For your entertainment pleasure, here is a list of those that can now breathe easy knowing they received a nomination in the following categories:

            Outstanding Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Julie Hanan Carruthers, Executive Producer; Charles Pratt Jr., Consulting Producer; Nadine Aronson, Coordinating Producer; Karen Johnson, Producer; Ginger Smith, Producer
            • The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) – Bradley P. Bell, Executive Producer; Rhonda Friedman, Supervising Producer; Ron Weaver, Senior Producer; Adam Dusevoir, Coordinating Producer; Cynthia P. Popp, Producer
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Ken Corday, Executive Producer; Edward Scott, Co-Executive Producer; Gary Tomlin, Co-Executive Producer; Janet Spellman-Rider, Senior Coordinating Producer; Tom Walker, Senior Coordinating Producer; Time Stevens, Coordinating Producer; Albert Alarr, Producer

            Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

            • Debbi Morgan (Angie Hubbard, “All My Children”)
            • Maura West (Carly Snyder, “As The World Turns”)
            • Susan Flannery (Stephanie Forrester, “The Bold and the Beautiful”)
            • Susan Haskell (Marty Saybrooke, “One Life to Live”)
            • Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor, “The Young and the Restless”)

            Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

            • Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater, “All My Children”)
            • Peter Reckell (Bo Brady, “Days of our Lives”)
            • Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer, “General Hospital”)
            • Daniel Cosgrove (Bill Lewis, “Guiding Light”)
            • Christian Jules LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin, “The Young and the Restless”)

            Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

            • Melissa Claire Egan (Annie Lavery, “All My Children”)
            • Alicia Minshew (Kendall Hart Slater, “All My Children”)
            • Julie Pinson (Janet Ciccone, “As The World Turns”)
            • Tamara Braun (Ava Vitali, “Days of our Lives”)
            • Bree Williamson (Jessica Buchanan, “One Life to Live”)

            Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

            • Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward, “All My Children”)
            • Jacob Young (JR Chandler, “All My Children”)
            • Van Hansis (Luke Snyder, “As The World Turns”)
            • Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli, “General Hospital”)
            • Jeff Branson (Shayne Lewis, “Guiding Light”)

            Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series

            • Meredith Hagner (Liberty Ciccone, “As The World Turns”)
            • Rachel Melvin (Chelsea Brady, “Days of our Lives”)
            • Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones, “General Hospital”)
            • Julie Berman (Lulu Spencer, “General Hospital”)
            • Emily O’Brien (Jana Fisher, “The Young and the Restless”)

            Outstanding Young Actor in a Drama Series

            • Cornelius Smith Jr. (Frankie Hubbard, “All My Children”)
            • Darin Brooks (Max Brady, “Days of our Lives”)
            • Blake Berris (Nick Fallon, “Days of our Lives”)
            • EJ Bonilla (Rafe Rivera, “Guiding Light”)
            • Bryton McClure (Devon Hamilton, “The Young and the Restless”)

            New Approaches – Daytime Entertainment

            • All My Children (ABC) – Julie Hanan Carruthers, Executive Producer (“All My Children”); Enza Dolce, Producer
            • I Met the Walrus (YouTube) – Jerry Levitan, Producer; Josh Raskin, Director, Writer.
            • Imaginary Bitches (YouTube) – Andrew Miller, Executive Producer, Director, Head Writer; Seth Cohen, Producer; Judson MOrgan, Producer; Nichole Millard, Writer; Jeff Poliquin, Writer; Kathryn Price, Writer; Sam Riegel, Writer; Quyen Tran, Cinematographer; Tatiana Riegel, Editor; Connie Fletcher Staton, Performer; Jessalyn Gilsig, Performer; Elizabeth Hendrickson, Performer; James Kee, Performer; Charlie Koznick, Performer; Brooke Nevin, Performer; Eden Riegel, Performer; Greg Rikaart, Performer; Michael Traynor, Performer; Chandra West, Performer, Brittany Ishibashi, Performer.
            • TAC.TV (Internet) – Catalina Brieceno, Producer; Michel Beaudet, Created by, Executive Producer, Writer and Director; Bruce Dinsmore, Voice; Howard Schrier, Writer-English Adaptations; Hugo Caron, Art Director, Layouts; Alexis Cadieux, Writer; Simon Parizeau, Production Supervisor, Editor, Sound Editor.
            • The New York Style Magazine Screen Tests ( – Stefano Tonchi, Editor, T: Style; Janet Froelich, Creative Director; Judith Puckett-Rinella, Senior Photography Editor; Horacio Silva, Online Director; Jenny Hung, Visual Editor; Lynn Hirschberg, Editor at Large; Greg Brunkalla, Director.

            Outstanding Achievement for a Casting Director for a Drama Series

            • As The World Turns (CBS) – Mary Clay Boland, Casting Director
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Marine Saitta, Casting Director
            • General Hospital (ABC) – Mark Teschner, Casting Director

            Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

            • All My Children (ABC) - Names to follow…
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) - Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

            • All My Children (ABC) - Names to follow…
            • The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) – Names to follow…
            • General Hospital (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Drama Series

            • The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) – Names to follow…
            • General Hospital (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • Passions (DirecTV) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) - David Zyla, Costume Designer; James P. Hammer, Costume Designer; Kate Jones, Costume Designer.
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Susan Gammie, Costume Designer; Sally Lesser, Costume Designer; David Brooks, Costume Designer.
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – Jennifer Johns, Costume Designer

            Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Live & Direct to Tape Sound Mixing for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Drama Series

            • The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) - Names to follow…
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Multiple Camera Editing for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • As The Wolrd Turns (CBS) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Names to follow…
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series

            • Guiding Light (CBS) – The Leaver (Getting Left) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – We All Fall Down – Names to follow…
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – All My Days Filled With You - Names to follow…
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – For All Time – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievement in Technical Direction/Electronic Camera/Video Control for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • One Life to Live (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • The Young and the Restless (CBS) – Names to follow…

            Outstanding Achievment in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design for a Drama Series

            • All My Children (ABC) – Roger Mooney, Production Designer; Chas Plummer, Scenic Designer; Joel Reynolds, Scenic Designer; Martin Fahrer, Scenic Design.
            • The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) – Jack Forrestel, Production Designer; Fabrice Kenwood, Art Director; Elsa Zamparelli, Set Decorator; Charlotte Garnell Scheide, Set Decorator.
            • Days of our Lives (NBC) – Dan Olexiewicz, Production Designer; Tom Early, Art Director; Jennifer Savala, Art Director; Danielle Mullen, Set Decorator.

            Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Episodic

            • 2008 Video Music Awards Host Campaign (MTV) – Names to follow…
            • All My Children (ABC) – Names to follow…
            • Dr. Phil (Syndicated) – Names to follow…
            • The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndicated) – Names to follow…

            Hosted by “Ugly Betty” star Vanessa William, “The 36th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards” will air Live on Sunday, August 30, 2009 at 8:00 PM ET on The CW Television Network from the historic Orpheum Theatre in in Los Angeles, California.

            Discussion: The 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Nominees

            • The Bold and the Beautiful
            • All My Children
            • One Life to Live
            • The Young and the Restless
            • Days of our Lives
            • General Hospital
            • As The World Turns
            • Guiding Light
            • The Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards

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